Blogger Andrew Sullivan announced he was calling it quits at “The Dish” more than a year ago, but in a piece published Friday in New York magazine, he unloaded on Hillary Clinton and her “epic fail” of a campaign with a year’s worth of evidence leading up to her defeat in November.

Sullivan is no fan of Donald Trump by any stretch, but he made it perfectly clear he’s out of patience with those who claim Hillary Clinton’s loss was due to anyone but her, so quit feeling sorry for her, OK?

It wasn’t Clinton’s fault, we’re told. It never is. It was the voters’ — those ungrateful, deplorable know-nothings! Their sexism defeated her (despite a majority of white women voting for Trump). A wave of misogyny defeated her (ditto). James Comey is to blame. Bernie Sanders’s campaign — because it highlighted her enmeshment with Wall Street, her brain-dead interventionism and her rapacious money-grubbing since she left the State Department — was the problem. Millennial feminists were guilty as well, for not seeing what an amazing crusader for their cause this candidate was. And this, of course, is how Clinton sees it as well: She wasn’t responsible for her own campaign — her staffers were.

In Hillary’s upcoming book, she’ll reportedly place the blame for her loss on the “weaponization of information” from Russia, WikiLeaks, and James Comey, which is very probably what anyone who’d spend money to buy it would expect to see in print.

Conservatives certainly found much more merit in Sullivan’s piece, but don’t discount the number of Bernie Sanders supporters out there who are still feeling the burn.